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, steve ballmer and larry paige respectively, they're one good night's sleep away from getting this right. microsoft has the products it needs to make itself successful. they're just doing the wrong things. the way i look at this is that the ones who have the upside surprise opportunity are microsoft and google. because the potential is totally there and they're very smart people with lots of resources. >> rose: and lots of money. >> and every incentive to get this right. if microsoft does nothing you can see what's going onith p.c.s. that business is very profitable. >> rose: would it have been different if bill gates had been running microsoft? >> i have no idea. i doubt it. to me i think they got there the honest way, through hard work. there was a professor at harvard named clayton christenson who wrote a book -- >> rose: oh, yes. >> he wrote the greatest business book i've ever read and the basic premise is that if you are supremely successful it's hard to aboon don the things that made you successful and that's all we're seeing at microsoft. windows made them what they are. and it's
in the northeast. >> tom: steve, you mentioned how chipotle can pay for its expansion out of earnings, and can dunkin' donuts afford it? >> it is really up to the franchisee. the good news for dunkin is the cash on cash returns is among the best in the industry. that enables the franchise to expand. >> tom: cream or sugar for you, steve? >> i take the splenda. >> tom: it's noted. do you own any position in the two stocks? >>neither. >> tom: he's a coffee drinker. stephen anderson, miller tabak. >> susie: regulators say "pom wonderful products," may not be as "wonderful" as marketers made them out to be. the federal trade commission is barring the maker of pomegranate juice and tea from making unsupported health claims about its products, like the ability to treat heart disease and prostate cancer. the f.t.c. first filed a complaint, two years ago, alleging that pom wonderful used deceptive advertising. pom says it will appeal. >> 4wé: automakers are placing big bets on the luxury vehicle market this year. as ruben ramirez reports tonight, they're hoping that as u.s. economic recovery continue
any old party. >> this is a big party. woodruff: matea, what about, you know, we just heard from steve saying it's all about access. we're not really paying attention to the criticism. but are they troubled abou by te fact that this was the president who came into office saying he would do things differently. >> you have to judge them on what they do. it's clear from our reporting that campaign finance reform is not going to be an immediate part of the president's agenda right now. if this was something that was really troubling them i think they probably would be taking action on that front. i think they knew they were going to get criticized for the reversal specifically on corporate donations. but in a lot of ways this president has had to compromise when it comes to money and politics. on several different occasions, he endorsed a super pac that advocated on his behalf in the election after criticizing such groups. i think this is another example like that. >> woodruff: last question. for anybody who is watch ing who is trying to decide whether they should come to the inaugural or
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